MacBook Air Gold 13″ 8GB M1 chip with 8‑core CPU, 8‑core GPU, and 16‑core Neural Engine Retina display with True Tone

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MacBook Air 13"


256 GB SSD, 512 GB SSD, 1 TB SSD, 2 TB SSD


8 GB, 16 GB

60 reviews for MacBook Air Gold 13″ 8GB M1 chip with 8‑core CPU, 8‑core GPU, and 16‑core Neural Engine Retina display with True Tone

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Shaw Hodson

    It amazes me how much praise Apple seems to be getting for an out dated design and user interface. Where is the touch interface and pen input especially since it is supposed to run IPad apps? Where is the flexibility of a 2 in 1 that we have had available for years? Apple has basically given us a fast dinosaur with a pretty face.

  2. 4 out of 5



  3. 4 out of 5


    Great laptop.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Social science professor

    Over the past 10 years, I ve had five MacBook Airs and three MacBook Pros (my employer provides a new one for my work every few years, and I upgrade my own at home every 1-2 years). Most recently, my personal computer has been an early 2020 intel quad core MacBook Pro and my work computer an early 2020 MacBook Air. The brand new M1 MacBook Air is my favorite by far, and fixes everything I didn t like about the MacBook Air & Pro introduced in early 2020.

    The M1 MB Air s battery life is amazing, I can use it all day and still have 50-60% battery remaining. My previous MB Air and MB Pro gave me around 5-6 hours of battery life (despite Apple promising ~10 hours) – which was barely enough to get me through the day.

    I m also loving the the fanless design, silent operation, and increased performance. Even though I don t do much video editing, my workflow can be taxing on the computer: I regularly run lots of apps simultaneously, including Zoom for teaching, many open browser windows, Excel & statistical/database software, and a connected iPad I use as a digital whiteboard when teaching over Zoom. The new M1 MacBook Air handles this easily, and does not get hot despite the lack of a fan. The MB Pro I ve used since April (the one introduced in early 2020 with Intel quad core processors) also handles this load well, but it gets warmer and fans kick on sometimes. The early 2020 MacBook Air buckled under this load, it gets very hot and the fans are screaming.

    Besides the better battery life, silent operation, and robust performance, the new M1 MB Air has a display with better colors and a slightly better webcam compared to previous MB Airs.

    The MB Air s display doesn t get as bright as the MB Pro s display – that has been true for years, but it has never been a problem for me. I would only need the display to be brighter if I were working outside on a sunny day, and I just don t do that.

    I really love the keyboard on the new M1 MacBook Air, which is the same as the keyboard on the early 2020 MB Air & Pro, and MUCH improved IMHO from the butterfly keyboards on the previous MB Airs & Pros. It is quiet and super comfortable for typing. When typing very fast, my accuracy is higher on this keyboard than on the butterfly-style keyboards.

    This is subjective, but I really prefer the MB Air form factor – the wedge shape and slightly lower weight – compared to the MB Pro. I also strongly dislike the MB Pro s Touch Bar. I ve had two different MB Pros with Touch Bars and they were nothing but trouble for me. When typing fast, my fingers would sometimes slightly graze the edge of the Touch Bar, which would trigger a command (like launching the Music app), which would interrupt my workflow. I know other people don t have that problem, and other people find the Touch Bar useful, but it s just not for me.

    For me, the MB Air speakers (on this and on the previous model) are quite good for movies or YouTube videos or Zoom/Facetime calls. The microphone is perfectly satisfactory, though for Zoom calls or when making my own instructional videos I usually plug in a cheap external mic which is a little better.

    The webcam is still disappointing, even though image quality is SLIGHTLY improved over previous MacBooks.

    The external design is exactly the same as MacBook Airs from years past. I like the design pretty well, but Apple will redesign the MB Air & Pro in the next year or so to reduce the bezels which will allow a bigger screen without increasing the size of the computer. I will want one of those and might regret that I didn t wait.

    But for now, the M1 MacBook Air is the best MacBook I ve ever had, it fixes everything that I didn t like about previous MacBooks (except the webcam) and offers me a really great computing experience in just about every way.

  5. 4 out of 5


    I have both an iPad and iPhone so I thought is would be make sense to have a Mac so everything is in one ecosystem, as it were. To some extent this has indeed proved true and useful. I am coming from a Surface Pro 7. The Mac Air s battery life is much less than advertised. The claim is around 10 hours, I doubt I get 5, and I am mostly doing internet browsing and Word stuff. Battery life from fully charged was about 1 hour while on Zoom. The battery life of the Surface is better. Word for Mac is a little different than Word for a PC, but the differences are minor and manageable. But documents open more slowly on the Mac, and mine has the M1 chip. On the Surface, documents usually open immediately. On the Mac it might take 5 seconds, not an eternity, but a little annoying. The Surface boots up much faster than the Mac. I have a DVD with a number of workouts on it. I could not get any individual workouts to open using the Mac s native software. So I downloaded VLC. It works fine on the Mac, but takes a long time to open, about a minute. This seems to be true of any software not downloaded from the App store, including Firefox. There do not appear to be Mac apps for either. On the other hand, the Mac has a better screen than the Surface. While the Surface is quite a good laptop, it is a marginal tablet, and I almost never use it as a tablet. When I am not sitting at a desk, I prefer the Mac because the two parts cannot come apart as can happen on a Surface. The new Mac keyboard works great, maybe a tie with the Surface. So a mixed bag. As I mentioned, I like having everything in one ecosystem, so likely that is enough of a benefit to keep the Mac. I am mulling over upgrading to the MacBook Pro 13 because of its bigger battery, but don t know if I want to spend the extra money.

  6. 4 out of 5


    Update 01/11/21:
    Well, I had some issues but I love this thing enough I m sticking with it.

    I believe a 3rd party USB hub killed the logic board and touch ID for it. I had to wait about a month to go theough the motions, especially with the time of year. Finally got my replacement back today and I m really happy.

    Unreal Engine does not run well currently. It gets crashes and will freeze the computer. Everything else runs super smoothly and I never have issues. Really happy with the laptop.

    Initial post:
    Let me start this off by saying I was very skeptical. Lifelong Windows user, I ve only had an iPod touch (2011) and very briefly an iPhone 6 (I think). I also have pretty demanding needs as far as day to day laptop use goes.

    This thing has handled everything I ve thrown at it so far. The only drawback is that my current model only has 8GB RAM, but if you re conscious about what you have open it s not an issue; even with more intensive programs like Photoshop or Unreal Engine 4. Neither of which are even optimized for the platform yet, which as stated in the title, is really impressive.

    Gaming has been equally impressive. To be fair, I haven t thrown a next-gen game at it yet, but I threw games that I thought would be able to max it out. Nope, Civ 6, Borderlands 1, and Oxygen Not Included all ran at Ultra with FPS staying at steady 60+ in each game, even in more intensive portions of each game. I m not saying it ll be able to play every game at ultra, but it s definitely been able to handle more than I though it would. It almost seems to be outperforming my desktop, which has an i7@3.4, and a 970ti. I think it might if I had the extra GPU core and 16gb ram, which is crazy for a laptop at this price.

    Overall, it s worth every penny. I could rant about all the small features that make the OS amazing as well, but you can find videos of that online/may already be familiar.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Edward Marques

    Fast delivery. Great product. Really — this computer is amazing. So much better than my 145b.

  8. 3 out of 5


    Yup. This M1 MacBook Air is everything the online reviewers said it was–amazingly fast, agile, and smart. It blows away all earlier MacBook Airs as well as most other laptops on the market. I m not much of a tech nerd, so the specs and numbers don t mean much to me. I m a writer. So I appreciate the feel, ease, and portability of the machine. Plus, I m delighted with the keyboard–heads and tails better than the faulty “butterfly” keyboard on my old 2017 Air. All in all, this is a great small laptop. Solid, but light. Lightning fast and nimble. It is a great step up from the older Intel machines. And I m not in the least bothered that the external design is the same as the older models. It s a classic and fully functional shape, so why change? Well done, Apple.

  9. 4 out of 5


    purchase my first laptop????????

  10. 3 out of 5


    Great product !! We bought 2 of them.

  11. 3 out of 5


    Bought for writing as I have a iMac for video and audio editing.

  12. 3 out of 5

    M. Dillon

    This is a very solid device. Wonderful job, Apple! The only thing unexpected about it was the weight… the dimensions are smaller than the old macbook air my wife had, but heavier. Screen size is the same (thinner bezzle around the edges).

    I am going to give it 5 stars because… come on! Apple s own M1 processor! But I will throw in a provisio. Google s chrome (native for the M1 processor) seg-faults quite a bit on this unit, though it has slowly been getting better as Google has updated the application to work better with the M1. I do expect google will fix these issues over the next few weeks, it is a very new system after all and a new architecture target for chrome. But beware of that.

    I do wish Apple had kept the mag-safe power supply, but I m not gonna dock Apple any stars for using USB-C for charging.


  13. 4 out of 5


    UPDATE 12-15-2020 – After three weeks, I m still really impressed with the M1 MacBook Air/8 Core CPU/8 Core GPU/512 SSD/8GB RAM. — My updated plea: MAKE SURE YOU GET AS MUCH MEMORY & STORAGE AS YOU CAN AFFORD. SPECIAL ORDER ONE TO YOUR PROJECTED FUTURE NEED!

    Remember, Macs live a very long time and the value it holds will depend on how usable it will be to you or someone else in 5 or even 10 years. Not that long ago, 80 GB hard drives were HUGE… and UPGRADABLE. RAM was upgradable. The SSD and the RAM in these machines is NOT upgradable.

    The one issue for me has been that I am a memory hog! I tend to have LOTS of tabs open at once (I ve caught myself with 50 (Safari) open in one browser and 39 (Chrome) in another!), while running Affinity/Final Cut Pro – and YES, the dreaded Beach Ball has reared it s ugly head. Well, this got me to assess what I will be using the machine for and for how long.

    Storage can be added with external drives, slower, but it will let you scrape by. RAM is another story. When you constantly use up RAM, the system starts using “swap memory” where it uses the SSD to store temporary files. One of the YouTube reviewers (Created Labs) explains it like this: RAM memory is like writing on a white board, it s made to be temporary. Writing to the SSD is like writing on paper with a pencil. It can be erased, but if it s written on and erased for too long, it s going to degrade the medium. It will take years for this to cause problems, but keep in mind that in these M1 MacBooks, none of the parts are replaceable. The SSD and the RAM are soldered onto the board.

    ***As ridiculously expensive as Apple RAM is, when it s not upgradable, get the maximum, in this case, 16 GB.
    I really doubt that Apple will be making machines with user upgradable RAM after the switch from Intel is complete, except for possibly the very high end Pro models.

    There is also the fact that if I am going to be doing a decent amount of video editing, a M1 with a fan will be helpful. Upgrading to the cheaper ($699+Upgrades) M1 Mac mini would be the cheapest way to get better performance for the Pro Apps, but I need a laptop, so… So, that is why I m planning to return this machine and get one (likely the MacBook Pro M1), with 16 GB RAM & 1 TB SSD.

    ***A note on browsers, Safari is by far the BEST browser to run on the M1, at least for now. I always had issues with saving web pages as PDF files in Chrome, where it did not save most of the images/text on the page. In Safari, it s worked perfectly.
    I purchased the MacBook Air M1, 8 core GPU, and 8 core CPU model, with 512 GB SSD and 8 GB RAM in person at the Apple Store (11-20-2020), with education pricing. I traded in my (MNYH2LL/A) – 2017 12″ Macbook with the Intel M3 processor, 256 GB SSD, 8 GB Ram. I kept my charging adapter & C-cable (which are both compatible with the M1 Late 2020 Macbook Air), so ended up with a $330 Apple Store instant credit towards the M1.

    The M1 model has blown me away with its speed and smooth running with a large number of apps open, including Final Cut & Logic Pro. Admittedly the 2017 MB was the bottom of the line and I suffered under frequent overheating issues with too many things open and the single C-port fiasco.

    I likely would have gone with the 7 core GPU model if one had been in stock at the time of purchase, but I wanted 512 GB of SSD space, so I paid more by going with eh 8 core. From everything that I ve seen, the lack of more RAM upgrades is not nearly as important as it was with the Intel x86 processors and is really only useful when you have many GPU intensive “Pro Apps” running at the same time.

    I would never have dreamed of running Final Cut or Logic Pro on the 2017 Macbook, so this has been an amazing upgrade for me.

    I would say that the bottom line is that if you re someone who only uses a laptop for office & basic web surfing and only has a few tabs open at once, and you never experience overheating or the dreaded beach ball “not responding” issues, or if you have non-Apple programs that have not been compiled for the M1 chip, hold off on the upgrade until more apps run natively on the M1. If however, you really need a machine that is MUCH more capable, faster and cooler running than the Intel models, it s a solid buy and an amazing upgrade from any non-upgradable Mac.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gold Fish Lung

    Yes there are bezels but honestly who cares? This package delivers an extremely strong value as someone who spends most of their time in a browser, working on excel and word. Chrome has not posed any issues so far with many extensions and two profiles running simultaneously as of the time of writing mid december. 8gb of ram is more than enough to run a multitude of apps thanks to apple s strong os optimization.

    This one is a keeper, I ve been trying out macbooks for awhile and was always unhappy with something. Don t get me started with the battery life, it is so good that I spend most of my time off the charger.

    Most average joes looking for a daily driver or work from home computer will be satisfied with this. As long as apple continues to support the first gen of desktop silicon for a long time like everything else, then I have no doubt this will last for a long time.

  15. 3 out of 5


    she is useing it does great

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amanda G.

    Super fast

  17. 5 out of 5

    Edwin M. Bills

    This was a gift for Christmas for my daughter who will be graduating in May 2021 and going off to college. So, I wish I could give more feedback on it, my oldest has a bigger apple laptop and loves it for her school assignments she’s in a nursing program.

  18. 5 out of 5

    David Durfee

    idk what to say but this crazy MacBook is awesome apple makes a sweet ass tv. thanks apple for adding the extra keyboard for tapping on zzzzoooommmm!!!! its a really I am trying to figure the ins and outs of this thing always finding new stuff.

  19. 3 out of 5

    Tryer and DIYer

    Beautiful laptop. I’ve upgraded from the MacBook Air of old…so far this laptop has blown it away. It wasn’t overly pricey to be honest and I feel it’s worth the price. Overall look is great and keyboard feel is nice. Larger touchpad is great, I’ve paired my Magic Trackpad 2 with it as well.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cathie Neel

    Love the lightweight and easy to set up/configure capabilities. This is my first MAC although I have iPads and an Apple watch. Though it might be scary to move from Windows, but not at all. Like all Apple products – everything was seamless. Great price as well..

  21. 4 out of 5

    M. Rom

    Upgraded from Mid 2015 base Macbook Air. This thing is like 100x faster. It is amazing. I got used to the USB-C and bought a little hub that makes it a non issue. Actually like it better since USB C is faster. Battery life on my old MacBook was amazing. This one is literally at least double that. Pro tip do not use chrome on any Mac or MacBook it is energy and efficient and will kill your battery (took me a while to learn this). Webcam is only bad part but all Macbooks have substandard webcams compared to iPhones. I got the base model and do NOT regret it one bet- I saved a ton of money on one less core and I do NOT notice a difference (heard its 10% or less). This thing is razor thin!

  22. 4 out of 5


    Super computer. This is my second MacBook air that I have bought this year (one for my girlfriend). I really love it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ethan Castañeda

    My 13 year old daughter loves it and is making her schooling more enjoyable

  24. 5 out of 5


    This is a great desktop. I have it paired with a Dell hi res display I purchased with my old Mac. My old Mac was getting unreliable (2015). This air is very similar to the Mac but faster, reliable. I like the larger touch pad and don t have to use a wireless mouse. I have a USB type C HUB to get more connectivity. Keyboard is great.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Richard W. Zawatzke

    I love its bootup sound and appearance BUT, it wont run any of my old software. So what good is that? Just because it purrs like a kitten it ain t worth a thing to me. So that is why I am returning mine. Unless you never owned a computer buy it. Too reinvest in all the needed software whould be out of my price range.

  26. 3 out of 5


    I wanted a new MacBook since it s been several years since I got my last Mac and the battery was going bad.

    With a delicious gold color and an overall thin, sleek design, this computer is for those who want their computer to look a bit more “fancy” than other options on the market.

    With the M1 chip, everything is extremely fast. I was able to set up this new machine with 10 minutes.

    I am not sure if I would recommend this machine to those who have recently upgraded to a Mac (2017 to now) but if it s been several years and you want to splurge, go for this.

    As a writer, the keyboard is so smooth and I feel like I can type more words per minute on this machine.

    My only complaint is the webcam, while better, is still not up to par to other computer cameras on the market. FaceTime looks a bit grainy still and Photo Booth is just a joke. The quality barely looks different than recent models.

    Overall, this is a great addition to the Mac family. I look forward to see how Apple utilizes the M1 chip in the future.


  27. 3 out of 5


    This product does not allow you to hook up two external monitors with the M1 chip. Otherwise I’m sure the function is fine. Just disappointing the newest computer does less than the older models.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gabriela Russo

    Excelente. Sin mas que decir

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jayden Molina

    So far great learning a Mac system though but can find help at every corner of the net

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sally Riley

    Best laptop

  31. 5 out of 5

    Don D.

    Also I have been a Microsoft user for many many years, I decided to take the leap for a new OS and computer to expand my technology IQ and support for a new OS.

    I am impress by the small footprint-weight and especially the speed, resolution and ease of use with Mac OS Big Surf functionally. I would encourage anyone wanting to take the same leap- this the computer to start. I have evening carried over some my Windows OS applications- i.e. Office 0365- it works

  32. 4 out of 5

    Peter John

    Disclaimer: purchased a special order 16GB/512GB directly from Apple

    Usage: general purpose web browsing, office work, programming in Python, casual photo editing
    Battery: excellent. I can go the entire day without charging with my screen brightness turned up all the way up.
    Responsiveness: quick to do what I want it to do.
    M1 compatibility: lots of apps are jumping to support M1 natively; Rosetta does the job and I have no complaints
    Keyboard: good typing feel

  33. 4 out of 5

    Edwin Flexer

    This is a replacement for my 11 year old MacBook Pro that still works but I’m glad to have this new MacBook Pro Air. It’s battery life is far better that my old one and I am enjoying its much lighter weight. Amazon’s price was the best I could find and with my Prime Chase card I am buying it interest free.

  34. 3 out of 5


    This is my first laptop my other Mac was a 21.5 desktop, so it has taken me a while to get used to it but I love it. It is light where I can take it from room to room. I do puzzles online and it took some time to figure how to make the screen just a little bigger but I am pleased with it. It is very fast andThe battery lasts quite a while I haven’t had an issue with it. Overall am very pleased with it.

  35. 5 out of 5

    Alexey Ivanov

    Just amazing on a new chip & with the battery life!

  36. 5 out of 5

    Peggy from Missouri

    My daughter loves it. She loves that it’s light and she loves the Rose Gold!! Now my other daughter wants one.

  37. 4 out of 5

    Mark McKnight

    Unbelievable difference from my prior Air. So much faster. I have run into a couple of small issues with software due to the new chip, but I m sure they ll release new versions soon. The main one for me right now is that Google FIle Stream doesn t work. I found a substitute called odrive which works to sync w/ Google, but it is a paid product. Hope that s fixed by Google soon.

  38. 4 out of 5


    okay so, pretty great laptop. it doesn’t overheat, the camera is better than my previous macbook, and it runs pretty well. the only problem i have is that extensions like chrome keep crashing. as a student using google meet and zoom for 7 hours a day i really can’t be crashing in the middle of a class. i’m not big on tech, so i’m not that picky, but i hope this problem sorts itself out.

  39. 4 out of 5

    Fernando Arias

    Es muy buena

  40. 5 out of 5


    No complains so far. Very fast and performs great. I had a 2014 MacBook Air and finally upgraded this year. This is leagues beyond that entry and I’m very happy with this upgrade.

  41. 4 out of 5

    Samantha M

    Overall, I love it. However, with that said there are some serious cons to consider before purchasing.

    1. Terrible camera–super grainy. This is unfortunate for a time that the majority of us are working at home or are reliant on FT for communication.
    2. It s important to be mindful, and as most techs will admit, this is easily apple s worst M chip–it will only get better! In the meantime, however, this Mac is super fast!

    I use it for school, work, and casual browsing. If that s what you re looking for, I recommend it. If you re looking for the best of the best, wait until they fix this camera.

  42. 5 out of 5



  43. 5 out of 5


    so beautiful made. fast delivery. It is like a new toy for me.

  44. 3 out of 5

    Big Steve from Seymour (by Gawd) Texas

    I m a Windows guy. I bought this because I am creating a few apps. The apps aren t ready; so I really haven t used it yet, beyond exploring for a few hours. It s neither fast, nor large, by today s standards, but it is solid, light, and robust with Apple s latest release. It ll last for years.

    No way to connect Apple s top products: Mac Air and iPhone. I guess I need more cables. Please, sir, take more of my money.

  45. 4 out of 5

    Jazmin Reyes

    great mac for everyday use

  46. 5 out of 5

    RAMA iyer

    Brought this from apple directly
    Display started showing Vertical stripes within 20 days of purchase
    And yes not in stock for replacement
    Apple was helpful in refunding the money

    I would recommend to go for 512 GM ssd
    256 GB only gives you to 140 Gb odd space to work with

  47. 3 out of 5

    Esteban Costa

    Muy buena prestación en general

  48. 3 out of 5

    Juan Sebastián Pérez Olano


  49. 5 out of 5


    Super fast and cool

  50. 5 out of 5

    Rodolfo Araya Villalobos

    Ideal por su reducido peso, delgado, y rápido en el procesamiento de datos

  51. 4 out of 5

    Michael S. Shifflett

    This MacBook is amazing. I have been waiting years for apple to get away from intel. The M1 chip is amazing. The battery lasts all day. If you are on the fence about a new laptop it’s time to make the leap.

  52. 4 out of 5

    Kindle Customer

    Love the display and keyboard. Purchased other laptops but returned for the Apple.

  53. 5 out of 5


    Full disclosure, bought from Best Buy open box for a much better price and convenient same day pick up.

    Shouldn t surprise anyone, build quality is top of the line, feels ultra premium, track pad, screen and keyboard are perfect. Screen is actually amazing, makes a huge different coming from even an IPS windows laptop. Fanless is truly fantastic, laptop stays cool with demanding tasks while sipping battery. I sat there for 5 hours doing some serious writing and safari browsing, and barely lost ~20%. I d imagine you could get a couple days with casual/moderate use.

    This laptop solves all the problems of the previous Air s, it doesn t get super hot and the fans kick on obnoxiously loud. Performance is top notch, and the only real downfall is the lack luster webcam, but I m not knocking off a star because every laptop has at least one compromise. This is a compelling package for the price, especially if you get more than 3 years out of it which is very doable. Overall was very impressed with this machine coming from a Ryzen 3500u Windows laptop.

  54. 4 out of 5

    juan francisco

    excelente lo habia soñado. contento con mi mac

  55. 3 out of 5

    Chip Chocolate

    My favorite thing about this new macbook is the ability to listen to music beautifully at the first level of volume. At max volume a theater can hear it.

  56. 4 out of 5

    Paul K.

    – Long battery life (one charge WILL last all day, i.e. 16 hours. Personally tested true)
    – Speed (the new M1 processor really is fast)
    – Quiet (no fan but the laptop still does not get hot)
    – Light and portable
    – High resolution & bright display

    – As with other MacBooks, the keyboard is mediocre especially compared to laptops like Lenovo Thinkpad
    – Incompatible applications (With the M1 processor still being new, you might experience existing programs frequently crash. For example, Chrome keeps crashing) But I would guess there will be a fix soon

  57. 4 out of 5


    I love this Mac! It stays charged for what seems like forever. I’ve had no issues with it and while I’m lesson planning I have lots of windows open. It is very easy to use. I never worry about covering the fan while I’m trying to comfortably work. It’s affordable and quality.

  58. 3 out of 5

    Kimberly J. Hogan

    Apple. Need I say more?!

  59. 5 out of 5

    Robert de Guzman

    I love my new Mac but I hope they will put more protection on the external box. The main package got a lot of dent but luckily, the Macbook was not damaged.

  60. 5 out of 5

    M. Barbetta

    Lightweight, blazing fast, easy to use, battery life is incredible with the new Apple M1 chip. A typical Great Apple product.
    However, not many companies yet have developed software that can be used with the new M1 chip, SO …. you have no Microsoft Office, or other software that is compatible, yet.
    Also, there is only a Thunderbolt port, so you now have to go out and buy a cable to convert USB to thunderbolt (if you want to use a backup hard drive) or other USB items, AND, I had to buy yet another cable to sync my phone s lightning port to the thunderbolt port on the computer. Total $56.
    They claim that their Rosetta2 software converts programs and apps made for intel processors to the new M1 chip, but that is not universal, and slightly slows things down.
    I LOVE Apple product, and worked for them in my caerer, but I would wait on buying this version until the software for it has been developed.

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